Sat.Sep 09, 2017 - Fri.Sep 15, 2017

Why I Believe Your LinkedIn Profile May Now Be More Valuable Than Your Resume

Career Trend

While once a junior-player in career communications, your LinkedIn profile now reigns supreme in job search. The post Why I Believe Your LinkedIn Profile May Now Be More Valuable Than Your Resume appeared first on Executive Resume Writing Service.

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How Executive Personal Branding Affects Your Executive Career

Professional Resume Services

Working on your personal brand is more important now than ever before. Executives have typically considered their c-level personal branding as being associated with and representing the company they work for.

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8 things you learn in your first year of work

Ms. Career Girl

Joining the workforce is a wonderful and terrifying thing. This times when we screw up are the most memorable and formative of our lives, but it is the things that we learn and take away from these experiences that really matter.

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Stop Trying To Google Your Way Into A New Career (And What To Do Instead)

Career Shifters

Spending hours scouring job sites, reading articles, and still not getting anywhere with your career change? Natasha shares why it's not working and what to do to move forward more productively

2017 227

Does an Exempt Employee Need Permission to Leave the Office?

Evil HR Lady

Recently my dept hired a new manager, my first interaction with her happened when I broke a tooth and had to go to the dentist on an emergency work in basis. I sent an email to my new manager letting her know that I would be leaving for the emergency appointment and giving full details; then coming back after. I also explained that my calendar was free for the afternoon with no pending obligations and notified my coworkers of my whereabouts.

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12 Ways To Build Personal Brand Evangelism

Executive Career Brand

How to get people to spread the word about your unique value in the executive job market. You may feel that “Brand Evangelism” is a fussy term. It may even turn you off to the whole concept of personal branding. Don’t let it.

2017 148

How to Handle and Reduce Staff Turnover

Evil HR Lady

Restaurants are known for having a high staff turnover rate. However, there are certain ways to limit this so your restaurant can run smoothly. With a little effort, you can reduce your restaurant’s turnover and retain quality employees. Here are some tips to help guide you. Treat Your Employees Well. The best way to handle turnover is to reduce it, and there are a number of things you can do to make everyone happy. First, pay your employees well.

2017 147

What it Takes to Go from War-Torn Iran to Successful Entrepreneur in America

Ms. Career Girl

Successful serial entrepreneur is shining example of an immigrant living the American Dream. NEWPORT BEACH, California – ( September 13, 2017 ) – Those who know business statistics know how difficult it can be to have a thriving business in America.

8 Things to Do When Your Job Search is “Code Blue!”

Competitive Resumes

When you’re at a hospital and you the overhead speaker blares “Code Blue,” do your thoughts automatically go to the patient and his or her family? If you’re not familiar with that announcement, it means someone’s the heart rate is at zero and CPR is being performed.

2017 141

Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

“Some days you eat the bear. Some days the bear eats you.” ” – Unknown. At work, as in the rest of life, some days are nothing less than horrible, terrible, depressing, almost unbearable. Those are days in which “the bear eats you.”

2017 130

My Coworker Thinks He’s the Voice of HR

Evil HR Lady

We are a small company. We have no HR department, but we do have a jerk. A jerk who is a director and has decided that he is the voice of HR. Nobody appointed him to this role. He frequently dips snuff at his desk, which is a shared table with eight coworkers. He throws temper tantrums exactly like a three-year-old, ranting and cursing at employees and vendors alike. He’s a serious liability to the team. His behavior needs to be curtailed ASAP.

2017 146

Meal Planning for More Productivity at Work

Ms. Career Girl

You’ve heard the phrase, “You are what you eat.” ” right? Think about it. The last time you sat around and ate junk food, how did you feel? What about when life just seems to be in sync and you find yourself eating all the fruits and veggies?

2017 163

This Season of Episodes on The Voice of Job Seekers Podcast

Competitive Resumes

I am excited to announce the fall lineup for the The Voice of Job Seekers podcast. Feel free to share this newsletter with friends, clients, students, family and whomever else will benefit. Most of the show’s guests for this fall are listed below. There are more, but I will keep you waiting.

2017 130

How Will Technology Play a Role in the Future of Recruiting?

The Undercover Recruiter

The rapid pace of technology has transformed many aspects of work, and life for that matter. We are more productive, efficient and innovative because of it, and the recruitment industry has been no exception to it.

2017 109

Hiring a Contractor vs Hiring an Employee

Evil HR Lady

When deciding whether to hire someone directly or to offer someone contractor employment, there is more to consider than you might realize. You may think that it’s simply your decision—do you want this person to be a regular “W-2” employee or do you want this person to be a “1099” contractor? The reality is, it’s not all your choice. The IRS strongly regulates whether someone is a contractor or an employee. Here’s what you need to know. Control Freaks Shouldn’t Hire Contractors.

Creativity Hacks You Can Do While Flying

Ms. Career Girl

Creativity on the Road: Not Just a Dream! Business travel can sap your creativity, with long hours and the airport-office-hotel-airport circuit. Long plane rides become work opportunities; the office can’t reach you and you can concentrate. That’s fine, sometimes.

2017 151

How To Be Impressive Before, During and After Your Interview

Career Alley

Arguably the only thing more exhausting than working a full time job is the process of trying to land one. If you've been through the process, you know that the job hunt proves to be tiresome and sometimes self-defeating (with just a splash of the overwhelming urge to give up). We hear your frustrations, and more important, we’re here to share the steps that can help. Interviews Impress Interview Tips

2017 140

5 Tips to Prepping Candidates for Interviews

The Undercover Recruiter

Even experienced recruiters can overlook the importance of fully preparing their candidates for interviews. As recruiters, we have an obligation to tell our candidates everything we know about the people and organisation.

2017 106

From Greeting Cards to Furniture

Career Shifters

“I felt stagnant and frustrated.”. George Winks' career was stuck in rut. So, when his experiments with woodwork got positive responses, he decided to take the plunge and build a business of his own. It's been stressful, but he's happy. Here's what he's learned along the way

2017 130

5 Reasons Your New Résumé Isn’t Working

Ms. Career Girl

At this point in your career, you are aware of the importance of a resume. This one to two-page document is the ultimate sales pitch that’s designed to brand your impact and achievements to rise above the competition.

2017 151

Does Apologizing Make You Look Weak as an HR Pro?

HR Capitalist

I'm sorry to tell you this, but yes. See what I did there? I apologized in advance for telling you that you apologize too much as an HR pro. THAT'S A PRO MOVE, PEOPLE. But I digress.

2017 88

The Importance of Appraisals

The Undercover Recruiter

An effective appraisal and performance management process can have a significant impact on an organisation’s culture, staff morale and employee engagement levels – all of which enhance employer brand and support the retention of key talent within a business.

2017 85

10 Strange Job Interview Questions and Answers

Career Alley

Have you ever been to an interview and suffered from a ‘deer in the headlights’ scenario when caught completely off guard by the question your interviewer asked you? Interviews Interview questions

2017 113

Where to Walk: A Walker’s Guide to Port Isaac

Ms. Career Girl

Port Isaac is a small picturesque fishing village in the north of Cornwall. With various different attractions and things to do, here is our walker’s guide to helping you on your way around the village. Doc Martin Tour. Fancy something a bit different? Are you a big TV watcher?

2017 141

How to Get Started with Your Digital Recruiting Strategy


This morning I’m sitting in a workshop session on the subject of recruiting and hiring. Things are just kicking off, and as I listen to the speaker and talk to the recruiters and HR professionals who are in the room, I am reminded how varied the experiences and interests among us. Just like companies recruiters […] Source. HR Recruiting digital recruiting social media social recruiting

2017 74

Candidates: LinkedIn or Lucked-In?

The Undercover Recruiter

When you’ve got a dozen viable candidates, but only four interview slots available, it’s time for a cull.

#1 Secret To Getting Noticed By Recruiters At AECOM

Career Realism

#1 Secret To Getting Noticed By Recruiters At AECOM. Work It Daily. With all of the “noise” online, standing out can be a challenge, especially if you’re fighting for a job. However, just because there’s a lot of competition for jobs on job boards doesn’t mean you can’t get hired.

2017 74

How to be a Successful Career Woman

Ms. Career Girl

The past few years have seen a huge focus on women: their rights, their voices, their ambitions and their importance on societies around the world. So it is no surprise that 2016 marked a year when a woman was a serious contender in the elections for the US President.

2017 141

My fascination with resilience starts with 9/11

Penelope Trunk

After the World Trade Center fell, those of us who were there were divided into therapy groups. Sorted by trauma. People who lost a parent in one group. People who escaped down a stairwell in another group. I was in the group of people who got hit by flying body parts.

2017 71

Salesforce Ohana: Attracting Talent with Corporate Culture

The Undercover Recruiter

Tech companies and corporate culture – do they mix? Uber, Google, Amazon seem to have a few issues. We decided to speak with Jennifer Johnston who is the Head of Global Employer Branding & Recruitment Marketing at Salesforce.

Not Blowing Sh*t Up At Work is Hard.

HR Capitalist

"You think this is hard? This isn't hard. You know what's hard? Riding a bike on a freeway, now that's hard.". -- Willard Sims, Head Basketball Coach , Truman State. -.

2017 67

Ten Ways To Keep Yourself Strong With The Changing Season

Ms. Career Girl

Fall is right around the corner, which means it’s time to bundle up and prepare your body for the cool weather to come. The immune system is a large collection of different cells that have a primary goal to protect your body and attack foreign organisms or matter.

2017 141

“Low Status” Men Avoid Negotiating In the Workplace


According to new research “low status” men who occupy position are less likely to negotiate for raises or promotions in the workplace. It’s become popular to argue that a big reason the pay gap persists is women’s reluctance to negotiate, with schools and and other organizations setting up negotiation workshops just for women, in hopes […] Source. HR diversity gender negotiation pay gap wage gap

2017 62

Ready to Switch vs. Active Jobseekers: Who Will Be Your Next Candidate?

The Undercover Recruiter

For recruiters, it can be a daily struggle to find the best talent. Separating ‘ready to switch’ job seekers from ‘active’ job seekers is the basic principle from which any hiring process begins. It is generally accepted that passive candidates are the more qualified talents out there, whose hiring requires a lot of effort for. View Article. Ready to Switch vs. Active Jobseekers: Who Will Be Your Next Candidate?

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